Is It Ever OK to Break Into Your Colleague’s Computer?
Harvard Business Review
SEPTEMBER 18, 2013
Electronic Performance Monitoring or EPM has become widespread at many corporations to track, count, and analyze employee keystrokes. On the negative side, it may create worker dissatisfaction, hurt morale, and erode trust. George, the CEO of a technology company with over 150 employees, believes that you need to be careful when confronting someone with intelligence gained from data mining. As Devasheesh Bhave described in his study of EPM, the feedback offered is essential.